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Author Topic: A possible (re)solution for the Intel IGP/GMA problems!  (Read 275967 times)
hansdegit

Posts: 6


« Reply #135 on: June 15, 2007, 03:59:44 AM »

@Henrik: It's not that I am convinced that it won't, I'm just not sure that it will....

Because I am not completely confident that the ASUS P5B-V (not the P5B-VM) board is able to do what I would like it to do (output 1360x768 @60Hz), I am hesitant to buy it.

Archibael, what is the brand an type of your motherboard? And which technique have you used to tweak the output?
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archibael

Posts: 32


« Reply #136 on: June 15, 2007, 10:11:33 AM »

Quote from: "hansdegit"
@Henrik: It's not that I am convinced that it won't, I'm just not sure that it will....

Because I am not completely confident that the ASUS P5B-V (not the P5B-VM) board


Sorry.  I was looking at the -VM for my purchase, so that's the one I thought of.  I think the only difference is the -VM is uATX instead of ATX.

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is able to do what I would like it to do (output 1360x768 @60Hz), I am hesitant to buy it.

Archibael, what is the brand an type of your motherboard? And which technique have you used to tweak the output?


I have the Intel DG965OT.  All kinds of resolutions pop up for me when I uncheck "hide all modes", but missing are the 1360x768 and 1650x1080 that a lot of people seem to be buying nowadays.  I've been able to get them to show up by grabbing the EDID with MonInfo and pasting it into the driver .INF file (see http://isnwiki.jot.com/WikiHome/Articles/111111431 for details).
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hansdegit

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« Reply #137 on: June 15, 2007, 12:09:48 PM »

Quote from: "archibael"
I've been able to get them to show up by grabbing the EDID with MonInfo and pasting it into the driver .INF file


I have a modeline, a have an EDID, so all lights are green, I guess.

What made you decide to buy the Intel in stead of the ASUS board?
And what version of the x3000 drivers are you using?
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archibael

Posts: 32


« Reply #138 on: June 15, 2007, 12:52:26 PM »

Quote from: "hansdegit"
Quote from: "archibael"
I've been able to get them to show up by grabbing the EDID with MonInfo and pasting it into the driver .INF file


I have a modeline, a have an EDID, so all lights are green, I guess.

What made you decide to buy the Intel in stead of the ASUS board?


Good price on it on eBay.  Smiley  Solid board, useful bundled software, plus I knew it had an HD Audio Link header that worked with an HDMI ADD2 card.  The ASUS board has one, but I'd never heard of anyone trying it out, so I didn't want to take the chance.

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And what version of the x3000 drivers are you using?


I'm using 14.29 (the latest production version).  I was using the 14.31 beta for awhile, but I'm not a big gamer and so I'd rather have the stability.
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Ashley Saldanha
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« Reply #139 on: July 14, 2007, 03:57:09 AM »

I don't know if this will help with any of the problems related here, but it might be worth having a look at this...

I was able to successfully create custom resolutions with the following hardware:

915G + analog VGA + PnP LCD + XP
915G + analog VGA + non-PnP CRT + XP
945G + analog VGA + PnP LCD + Vista
945GM + analog VGA + PnP LCD + Vista
915G + digital DVI-D (ADD2) + PnP LCD + XP
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Freak

Posts: 1


« Reply #140 on: August 21, 2007, 07:18:30 AM »

I had the same problems with intel graphics card, and I couldn't solve the problem. Likely I was able to use a desktop PC with nVidia graphics card, and it was easy to tune.
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Stix

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« Reply #141 on: January 01, 2008, 12:55:38 AM »

I'm trying to get a resolution of 1360 x 768 from an Intel 865 graphics controller.  I've tried numerous things but still can't get it.

Anyone know a solution?
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majorahole

Posts: 1


« Reply #142 on: January 16, 2008, 08:18:42 AM »

anyone get this to work yet?
i have a hd lvd/tv 1360x768 i've been trying to connect.
it will work with the normal drivers (at 1024x768) and no hacking, but no widescreen.
i tried henriks way, but i can't get the edid. i used moninfo, but nothing came up. it did however work for the internal display. so i got the info for that, but i don't know if there is anyway to use that to figure out the correct dtd settings for the lcd?
thanks

btw its the 852/855 controller & it also has a rs-232 port(i don't know what thats for)
lcd is dynex dx-lcd32
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mikeyb

Posts: 9


« Reply #143 on: June 12, 2008, 09:24:42 AM »

Hey Kevinherring,

What was the outcome of all your experiments.
I am trying to do pretty much same as you.
I created an EDID on a Microchip 24LC12, programmed it up using a cobbled together 'mad scientist' approach using the parallel port as a programmable I/O port.

After help from Rik i actually got it to work beautifully - on an ATI based machine.

I could get the machine to boot and switch the VGA output to 768 x 576 interlaced PAL.

Of course, when i tried it on an Intel based machine - no such luck - the driver ignores the EDID (even though it reads it correctly) and defaults to 640 x 480 with standard timing on the port.

I suspect that this maybe because the drivers don't support interlacing - even though the chips do (according to the several hundred page user guides)  :?

SO my current plan is to create drivers using the Intel Embedded Graphics Driver wizard - which hopefully will support interlacing.

Did you get any further with your experiments?

Many Thanks, Mike
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xo...

Posts: 5


« Reply #144 on: October 16, 2008, 07:32:43 PM »

I have purchase a Dell s2409w monitor, the max resolution for it is 1920x1080.
But I don't know why I cant get the 1920x1080 for my laptop. The max I can get is 1280x800.... Sad

The display of the laptop is intel gm965 x3100, and I have already update to the newest intel driver. Any one know how can I get the 1920x1080...
please....
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Rik Wang
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« Reply #145 on: October 16, 2008, 08:07:07 PM »

Please download and run softMCCS from here, and then post the log it generates (hit Ctrl+S)...
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xo...

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« Reply #146 on: October 17, 2008, 03:54:08 AM »

Quote from: xo...
I have purchase a Dell s2409w monitor, the max resolution for it is 1920x1080.
But I don't know why I cant get the 1920x1080 for my laptop. The max I can get is 1280x800.... Sad

The display of the laptop is intel gm965 x3100, and I have already update to the newest intel driver. Any one know how can I get the 1920x1080...
please....

Hi following is the softMCCS log I generated.
Code:
000704EF00...Open log 17/10/2008 10:51:21
000704EF01...softMCCS version = 2.11.0.761
000704EF02...Abstraction layer = 1
000704EF03...Starting hardware device enumeration
000704EF04...*******************************************
000704EF05...BUS_SLOT = PCI00000,PCI00004,PCI00008,PCI0000C,PCI00010,PCI00014,PCI00018,PCI0001C,PCI00020,PCI00024,PCI00028,PCI0002C
000704EF06...00000000 = 2A008086,20900106,06000003,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,3C1617AA
000704EF07...00000010 = 2A028086,00900007,03000003,00800000,F4000004,00000000,D000000C,00000000,00001801,00000000,00000000,3C1817AA
000704EF08...00000011 = 2A038086,00900006,03800003,00800000,F4100004,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,3C1817AA
000704EF09...000000D0 = 28348086,02800005,0C030003,00800000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00001821,00000000,00000000,3C2317AA
000704EF0A...000000D1 = 28358086,02800005,0C030003,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00001841,00000000,00000000,3C2417AA
000704EF0B...000000D7 = 283A8086,02900006,0C032003,00000000,F4704800,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,3C2517AA
000704EF0C...000000D8 = 284B8086,00100006,04030003,00000010,F4500004,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,3C2E17AA
000704EF0D...000000E0 = 283F8086,00100007,06040003,00810010,00000000,00000000,00030200,20002020,F3F0F200,F1F1F001,00000000,00000000
000704FF0E...000000E8 = 28308086,02800005,0C030003,00800000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00001861,00000000,00000000,3C2017AA
000704FF0F...000000E9 = 28318086,02800005,0C030003,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00001881,00000000,00000000,3C2117AA
000704FF10...000000EA = 28328086,02800005,0C030003,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,000018A1,00000000,00000000,3C2217AA
000704FF11...000000EF = 28368086,02900006,0C032003,00000000,F4704C00,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,3C2517AA
000704FF12...000000F0 = 24488086,00100007,060401F3,00010000,00000000,00000000,200A0A00,228000F0,F440F440,0001FFF1,00000000,00000000
000704FF13...000000F8 = 28158086,02100007,06010003,00800000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,3C2817AA
0007050E14...00000500 = 171314E4,00100406,02000002,00000010,F4200004,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,3C2C17AA
0007050E15...00000600 = 431114E4,00100006,02800001,00000010,F4300000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,046514E4
0007051E16...00000A48 = 08321180,02100006,0C001000,00802000,F4400000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,3C1117AA
0007051E17...00000A49 = 08221180,02100006,08050019,00802000,F4400800,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,3C1217AA
0007051E18...00000A4A = 08431180,02100006,08800001,00800000,F4400C00,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,3C1317AA
0007051E19...00000A4B = 05921180,02100002,0880000A,00800000,F4401000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,3C1417AA
0007051E1A...00000A4C = 08521180,02100002,08800005,00800000,F4401400,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,3C1517AA
000705CA1B...Graphics controllers found = 1
000705CA1C...Device 1 = 42,2A028086,3C1817AA,00000010,F4000000,00001800,00000002,Intel
000705CA1D...Beginning initialization
000705D91E...///////////////////////////////////////////
000705D91F...Hardware monitor enumeration
000705D920...*******************************************
000705D921...Querying 00010001
000705D922.....[S] <A0:w> 00
0007065623.....[S] <A1:r> 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 10 AC 37 A0 55 41 55 4A 27 12 01 03 0E 35 1E 78 EE EE 91 A3 54 4C 99 26 0F 50 54 A5 4B 00 71 4F 81 80 D1 C0 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 02 3A 80 18 71 38 2D 40 58 2C 45 00 13 2A 21 00 00 1E 00 00 00 FF 00 55 39 34 36 44 38 39 4D 4A 55 41 55 0A 00 00 00 FC 00 44 45 4C 4C 20 53 32 34 30 39 57 0A 20 00 00 00 FD 00 32 4C 1E 53 11 00 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 AC*[P]
0007065624...Found at device 1, port 1 = 0xAC020E11
0007065625...Found device on 00010001
0007065626...Monitor ID = DELL S2409W (DELA037.U946D89MJUAU)
0007065627...Checking DDC/CI support
0007065628.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 10 AC [P]
000706D329.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 10 00 00 64 00 4B 8B*[P]
000706D32A...VCP command - ok
000706D32B...Found DDC/CI monitor
000706D32C...GetCaps - segment 0x0000:0
000706E22D.....[S] <6E:w> 51 83 F3 00 00 4F [P]
0007078E2E.....[S] <6F:r> 6E A3 E3 00 00 28 70 72 6F 74 28 6D 6F 6E 69 74 6F 72 29 74 79 70 65 28 6C 63 64 29 6D 6F 64 65 6C 28 53 32 34 42*[P]
0007081A2F...GetCaps - segment 0x0020:0
0007082A30.....[S] <6E:w> 51 83 F3 00 20 6F [P]
000708D631.....[S] <6F:r> 6E A3 E3 00 20 30 39 57 29 63 6D 64 73 28 30 31 20 30 32 20 30 33 20 30 37 20 30 43 20 45 33 20 46 33 29 76 63 53*[P]
0007096232...GetCaps - segment 0x0040:0
0007097233.....[S] <6E:w> 51 83 F3 00 40 0F [P]
00070A1D34.....[S] <6F:r> 6E A3 E3 00 40 70 28 30 32 20 30 34 20 30 35 20 30 36 20 30 38 20 30 45 20 31 30 20 31 32 20 31 34 28 30 35 20 14*[P]
00070AAA35...GetCaps - segment 0x0060:0
00070AB936.....[S] <6E:w> 51 83 F3 00 60 2F [P]
00070B6537.....[S] <6F:r> 6E A3 E3 00 60 30 38 20 30 42 20 30 43 29 20 31 36 20 31 38 20 31 41 20 31 45 20 32 30 20 33 30 20 33 45 20 35 76*[P]
00070BF138...GetCaps - segment 0x0080:0
00070C0139.....[S] <6E:w> 51 83 F3 00 80 CF [P]
00070CAC3A.....[S] <6F:r> 6E A3 E3 00 80 32 20 36 30 28 30 31 20 30 33 20 30 34 29 20 41 43 20 41 45 20 42 32 20 42 36 20 43 36 20 43 38 E1*[P]
00070D393B...GetCaps - segment 0x00A0:0
00070D483C.....[S] <6E:w> 51 83 F3 00 A0 EF [P]
00070DF43D.....[S] <6F:r> 6E A3 E3 00 A0 20 43 39 20 44 36 28 30 31 20 30 34 20 30 35 29 20 44 43 28 30 30 20 30 32 20 30 33 20 30 35 20 DC*[P]
00070E803E...GetCaps - segment 0x00C0:0
00070E903F.....[S] <6E:w> 51 83 F3 00 C0 8F [P]
00070F3C40.....[S] <6F:r> 6E A3 E3 00 C0 30 36 29 20 44 46 20 46 44 29 6D 63 63 73 5F 76 65 72 28 32 2E 31 29 6D 73 77 68 71 6C 28 31 29 98*[P]
00070FC841...GetCaps - segment 0x00E0:0
00070FD842.....[S] <6E:w> 51 83 F3 00 E0 AF [P]
0007106443.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 85 E3 00 E0 29 00 91*[P]
000710F044...GetCaps - segment 0x00E2:0
0007110045.....[S] <6E:w> 51 83 F3 00 E2 AD [P]
0007118C46.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 83 E3 00 E2 BC*[P]
0007118C47...Raw capabilities string = (prot(monitor)type(lcd)model(S2409W)cmds(01 02 03 07 0C E3 F3)vcp(02 04 05 06 08 0E 10 12 14(05 08 0B 0C) 16 18 1A 1E 20 30 3E 52 60(01 03 04) AC AE B2 B6 C6 C8 C9 D6(01 04 05) DC(00 02 03 05 06) DF FD)mccs_ver(2.1)mswhql(1))
0007118C48...Read errors = 0
0007118C49...Capabilities string = (prot(monitor)type(lcd)model(S2409W)cmds(01 02 03 07 0C E3 F3)vcp(02 04 05 06 08 0E 10 12 14(05 08 0B 0C) 16 18 1A 1E 20 30 3E 52 60(01 03 04) AC AE B2 B6 C6 C8 C9 D6(01 04 05) DC(00 02 03 05 06) DF FD)mccs_ver(2.1)mswhql(1))
0007118C4A...VCP control list = 02,04,05,06,08,0E,10,12,14,16,18,1A,1E,20,30,3E,52,60,AC,AE,B2,B6,C6,C8,C9,D6,DC,DF,FD
0007118C4B...DDC/CI query - elapsed time = 2870ms
0007118C4C...VCP table
0007119C4D.....[S] <6E:w> 51 84 03 02 00 01 BB [P]
000711EA4E.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 02 BE [P]
000712674F.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 02 01 00 02 00 01 B4*[P]
000712A550....Opcode 0x02=00 00020001
000712A551.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 04 B8 [P]
0007132252.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 04 01 00 FF 00 00 4E*[P]
0007136053....Opcode 0x04=00 00FF0000
0007136054.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 05 B9 [P]
000713DD55.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 05 01 00 01 00 00 B1*[P]
0007141C56....Opcode 0x05=00 00010000
0007141C57.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 06 BA [P]
0007149858.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 06 01 00 FF 00 00 4C*[P]
000714D759....Opcode 0x06=00 00FF0000
000714D75A.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 08 B4 [P]
000715545B.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 08 01 00 FF 00 00 42*[P]
000715925C....Opcode 0x08=00 00FF0000
000715925D.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 0E B2 [P]
0007160F5E.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 0E 00 00 64 00 32 EC*[P]
0007164D5F....Opcode 0x0E=00 00640032
0007164D60.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 10 AC [P]
000716CA61.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 10 00 00 64 00 4B 8B*[P]
0007170862....Opcode 0x10=00 0064004B
0007170863.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 12 AE [P]
0007178564.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 12 00 00 64 00 4B 89*[P]
000717C465....Opcode 0x12=00 0064004B
000717C466.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 14 A8 [P]
0007184067.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 14 00 00 0C 00 05 A9*[P]
0007187F68....Opcode 0x14=00 000C0005
0007187F69.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 16 AA [P]
000718FC6A.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 16 00 00 64 00 64 A2*[P]
0007193A6B....Opcode 0x16=00 00640064
0007193A6C.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 18 A4 [P]
000719B76D.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 18 00 00 64 00 64 AC*[P]
000719F56E....Opcode 0x18=00 00640064
000719F56F.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 1A A6 [P]
00071A7270.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 1A 00 00 64 00 64 AE*[P]
00071AB071....Opcode 0x1A=00 00640064
00071AB072.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 1E A2 [P]
00071B2D73.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 1E 01 00 02 00 00 A9*[P]
00071B6C74....Opcode 0x1E=00 00020000
00071B6C75.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 20 9C [P]
00071BE876.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 20 00 00 64 00 32 C2*[P]
00071C2777....Opcode 0x20=00 00640032
00071C2778.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 30 8C [P]
00071CA479.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 30 00 00 64 00 32 D2*[P]
00071CE27A....Opcode 0x30=00 00640032
00071CE27B.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 3E 82 [P]
00071D5F7C.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 3E 00 00 64 00 0E E0*[P]
00071D9D7D....Opcode 0x3E=00 0064000E
00071D9D7E.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 52 EE [P]
00071E1A7F.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 52 01 00 FF 00 00 18*[P]
00071E5880....Opcode 0x52=00 00FF0000
00071E5881.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 60 DC [P]
00071ED582.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 60 00 00 0E 00 01 DB*[P]
00071F1483....Opcode 0x60=00 000E0001
00071F1484.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 AC 10 [P]
00071F9085.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 AC 01 00 00 C2 88 53*[P]
00071FCF86....Opcode 0xAC=00 0000C288
00071FCF87.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 AE 12 [P]
0007204C88.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 AE 01 00 00 17 7A 76*[P]
0007208A89....Opcode 0xAE=00 0000177A
0007208A8A.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 B2 0E [P]
000721078B.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 B2 01 00 08 00 01 0E*[P]
000721458C....Opcode 0xB2=00 00080001
000721458D.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 B6 0A [P]
000721C28E.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 B6 01 00 05 00 03 05*[P]
000722008F....Opcode 0xB6=00 00050003
0007220090.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 C6 7A [P]
0007227D91.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 C6 01 FF FF 45 CC FA*[P]
000722BC92....Opcode 0xC6=00 FFFF45CC
000722BC93.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 C8 74 [P]
0007233894.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 C8 01 00 00 56 05 2E*[P]
0007237795....Opcode 0xC8=00 00005605
0007237796.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 C9 75 [P]
000723F497.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 C9 01 FF FF 01 01 7C*[P]
0007243298....Opcode 0xC9=00 FFFF0101
0007243299.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 D6 6A [P]
000724AF9A.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 D6 01 00 FF 00 01 9D*[P]
000724ED9B....Opcode 0xD6=00 00FF0001
000724ED9C.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 DC 60 [P]
0007256A9D.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 DC 00 00 FF 00 00 97*[P]
000725A99E....Opcode 0xDC=00 00FF0000
000725A99F.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 DF 63 [P]
00072625A0.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 DF 01 00 FF 02 01 96*[P]
00072664A1....Opcode 0xDF=00 00FF0201
00072664A2.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 FD 41 [P]
000726E1A3.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 FD 00 FF FF 00 62 2B*[P]
0007271FA4....Opcode 0xFD=00 FFFF0062
0007271FA5...Valid op codes = 02,04,05,06,08,0E,10,12,14,16,18,1A,1E,20,30,3E,52,60,AC,AE,B2,B6,C6,C8,C9,D6,DC,DF,FD
0007271FA6.....[S] <6E:w> 51 81 07 B9 [P]
0007279CA7.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 86 4E 00 13 74 17 7E F8*[P]
000727ABA8.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 AC 10 [P]
00072828A9.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 AC 01 00 00 C2 88 53*[P]
00072838AA.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 AE 12 [P]
000728B5AB.....[S] <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 AE 01 00 00 17 7A 76*[P]
000728B5AC...Timing string = 49.80 kHz, 60.10 Hz
000728B5AD...Update VCP table - elapsed time = 5929ms
000728B5AE...*******************************************
000728B5AF...Querying 00020001
0007298FB0...Nothing found on 00020001
0007298FB1...*******************************************
0007298FB2...Querying 00030001
00072A5AB3...Nothing found on 00030001
00072A5AB4...*******************************************
00072A5AB5...Querying 00040001
00072A79B6.....[S] <A0:w> [P]
00072AE6B7.....[S] <A0:w> [P]
00072B82B8.....[S] <A0:w> [P]
00072B82B9...Nothing found on 00040001
00072B82BA...*******************************************
00072B82BB...Software monitor enumeration
00072B82BC...*******************************************
00072B82BD...Monitor #1: DELL S2409W
00072B82BE.............. Hardware ID: 0x0101
00072B82BF.............. Device handle: 0x00010001
00072B82C0.............. Device number: 0
00072B82C1.............. Device name: \\.\DISPLAY1
00072B82C2.............. Device string: Mobile Intel(R) 965 Express Chipset Family
00072B82C3.............. Device ID: PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_2A02&SUBSYS_3C1817AA&REV_03
00072B82C4.............. Device flags: 0x00000005
00072B82C5.............. Device driver:
00072B82C6.............. Monitor name: \\.\DISPLAY1\Monitor0
00072B82C7.............. Monitor string: Dell S2409W(Analog)
00072B82C8.............. Monitor flags: 0x00000003
00072B82C9.............. Coordinates: 0,0,1280,800
00072F78CA...Finished monitor enumeration, total elapsed time = 10655 ms
00072F78CB...Number of monitors enumerated = 1 total, 1 DDC/CI
00072F78CC...\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\
00072FF5CD.....[S] <6E:w> 51 82 01 FD 41 [P]
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« Reply #147 on: October 17, 2008, 04:57:04 AM »

The Intel video BIOS and driver should pick up and enable 1920x1080 automatically. *You* should not have to do anything.

I'd suggest the folowing: boot up with the laptop panel disabled and the Dell plugged in. Don't just disable the laptop panel in Windows, and/or when you get into Windows. Diable the laptop panel in the notebook BIOS or by using the notebook Function keys.

If that doesn't work, ask your notebook vendor how to enable the external monitor at its native resolution. They have the capacity to disable this capability.
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« Reply #148 on: October 17, 2008, 05:38:09 AM »

Quote from: "Rik Wang"
The Intel video BIOS and driver should pick up and enable 1920x1080 automatically. *You* should not have to do anything.

I'd suggest the folowing: boot up with the laptop panel disabled and the Dell plugged in. Don't just disable the laptop panel in Windows, and/or when you get into Windows. Diable the laptop panel in the notebook BIOS or by using the notebook Function keys.

If that doesn't work, ask your notebook vendor how to enable the external monitor at its native resolution. They have the capacity to disable this capability.


The laptop bios doesnt have an option to disable the laptop panel, I can do it by using notebook Fn key thou, but still doesnt help.
I can only get 1920x1080 only if I 'hack' the driver http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/custom-resolutions-on-intel-graphics
But the problem if after I 'hack' the driver, its give me the option of 1920x1080 but the kHz is 30 or 25. And my Dell LCD start to 'flash' due to the kHz is not correct.

I have already contact Dell(LCD), Intel(Graphic), and Lenovo(Laptop). And each of them saying there product should support 1080, must be problem on the others....

What can I do, I really wanna use the monitor in 1080 Sad

i have already try PowerStrip, and Intel IEGD.... doesnt help(or may be I dont know how to use the program)

Thx
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« Reply #149 on: October 17, 2008, 06:02:54 AM »

When you "hack the driver", use this:

HKR,, DTD_1,%REG_BINARY%,
02,3A,80,18,71,38,2D,40,58,2C,45,00,13,2A,21,00,00,1E,37,01

instead of the examples provided by Intel.
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